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I also bought the Audible version and it was excellent - a great performance.
Two scholars examine the lives of the Chater family as well as their involvement with Lord Byron, all while looking at modern mathematics and physics.
It is a Stoppard play, so it is a play of ideas, but he succeeds very well here in bringing in an amazingly successful human element.
Purchased a used copy. The description didn't note that it was heavily highlighted. Unreadable.Published 24 days ago by Scott Davis
Arcadia is a play that takes place at Sidley Park, a stately country home in Derbyshire. The play shifts back and forth between the early 19th century and modern day Sidley Park. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Nancy Goldberg Wilks
I've been meaning to acquire a copy of this intriguing play for years and finally succumbed. It's a delight to savor the words again.Published 5 months ago by Diane Kirkpatrick
Witty, intruiging, bawdy, and entertaining. A great read on its own. Please buy so that there are more productions of this wonderful play.Published 7 months ago by Christopher Silvia
However, the version i was sold was an OLD Samuel French version, NOT the version that was on the picture.Published 8 months ago by Jennifer
I chose the play because I won a part in it in a local theater production. The copy from Amazon was a better print than the one the theater here passed out. Read morePublished 8 months ago by William A. Mercer
This satire lampoons academics, scholars, aristocrats, and lovers in a formally experimental drama which jumps back and forth between 1809 and the present day. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Louis Foster
This is one of the greatest pieces of literature I have read in years. It is comparable to A Midsummer Night's Dream or Twelfth Night. It is brilliant. Read morePublished 11 months ago by paul